What it really means to live in Israel

Ruminations about Thanksgiving, life and the Litman wedding, which brought the country together amid tragedy and terror.

By ESTHER SCHACHNE
December 3, 2015 15:57
The Litman wedding

The bride and her celebrants. (photo credit: ESTHER SCHACHNE)

 
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 Having recently retired, my husband and I have been fortunate to be able to spend a few months in Israel and experience life in Israel as we never were able to previously.

Thanksgiving in Jerusalem was very special; it was the first time in six years that we would share it with our daughter, who made aliya in 2009. We were grateful for that opportunity as well as the other blessings in our life.

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